Theoretical analysis of three research apparatuses about media and information literacy in France

Abstract : In this article, we compare three projects about mapping digital-, media- and information literacy in France. For this study, we first used the concept of “apparatus” in Foucauldian (1977) and Agambenian sense (2009). After this analysis, we called on Bachelard (1932) and his distinction between phénoménotechnique and phénoménographie. The first project began in 2006 around a professional association, with the main goal being to distinguish 64 main concepts in information literacy. This work is now completed, and we can observe it quietly through publications. The second project emanates from a research group that is still active. In 2011, GRCDI produced a status report, including future perspectives, which introduced the idea of transliteracy (media and information culture). The third project is an open group (media, information, computer science) with support from CNRS. We aim at mapping the web around these concepts, and in all three projects wiki tools have been used, which has been important for the success and limits of the collective action. This paper presents highlights and lessons learned, as well as ideas for further development.
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Jacques Kerneis. Theoretical analysis of three research apparatuses about media and information literacy in France. Seminar.net, Lillehammer University College, 2013, 9 (2), ⟨https://journals.hioa.no/index.php/seminar/article/view/2388⟩. ⟨hal-01949336⟩

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